outcast[ out-kast, -kahst ]SEE DEFINITION OF outcast
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUTCAST
All this must have seemed the veriest irony when addressed to an outcast Jew.
He was a vagabond and an outcast, and scenes of horror were not new to him.
He found himself an outcast in the midst of the populous camp.
Note: The outcast princess is represented as “herding sheep.”
There will be left of it but one unprincipled woman—and she wretched and an outcast.
You have always had a roof over your head; he has always been an outcast.
Within five minutes you will breathe a beggar and an outcast.
After all, he himself, if not actually an outcast, was one of life's failures.
If he married her, he would become what Pilgrim had named him—an outcast.
He was going to work among the poor and the outcast, the oppressed and the fallen.